Our bedtime story collection is always growing, and we received a very cute plus one just last week, The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep. This one is perfect for those kiddies who like to resist bedtime. This #1 bestseller promises to change all of that.
About the book
Join parents all over the world who have embraced The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep as their new nightly routine.
When Roger can’t fall asleep, Mommy Rabbit takes him to see Uncle Yawn, who knows just want to do. Children will join Roger on his journey and be lulled to sleep alongside their new friend.
Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin’s simple story uses a unique and distinct language pattern that will help your child relax and fall asleep — at bedtime or naptime. It gives parents the opportunity to personalize the story by using the child’s name, and provides written cues to yawn or read a sentence in a slow and calm voice, for a greater effect.
Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin is a behavioral scientist with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a teacher of communications at a Swedish university. He is also a life coach and leadership trainer. Carl-Johan has combined all these skills and experiences in developing the techniques in this book. Read more about the author at carl-johan.com.
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Vikki Billings says
My daughter has a lot of trouble getting my granddaughter to go to sleep. They let her watch movies in bed and eventually she falls asleep. I think they could read this book together and see if Alivia can do the same thing as the rabbit.
Dawn Monroe says
My grand kids are still little and pretty good at bed time. When possible I like to tell them stories and say prayers with them.
Christian Alejandro says
She likes to follow along in picture books before falling asleep.
peggy rydzewski says
My grandaughter love for me to read for her before bedtime.
Sherry Conrad says
My daughters are grown now, with the grandsons it is bath, teeth, stories, songs and sleep. :)
Susan C. says
A bath, a cup of warm milk and a bedtime story. Happy camper!